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On Saturday morning, January 30th 2010, I sat down on my lazy boy and popped in Mass Effect 2 for PC and prepared myself for an all-day gaming session. I got as far as the Character Creation screen and noticed the never-seen before Character Code feature and thought to myself "Hey Cool! That's a great new feature. Now I'll be able to find some attractive character already created by someone else and use it in my game!". Because I, like many others, am horrible at creating beautiful characters by tweaking the sliders for eyes, mouth, chin and so on. But I sure do enjoy downloading characters from the web and using them instead!

So off the lazy boy and onto the computer chair I went and started looking for a pretty character code I could use. The problem was the game had only been out for 3 days and there weren't any codes to be found yet! So for the following 15 minutes I had an intense inner fight with myself. I thought I could be the one to create a "character code database" but I knew very well if I got started on that it would take me the whole week end and I wouldn't get to game... instead I'd have to work!! The gamer in me almost got the better of me but after some long deliberation with myself I decided that it was a pretty innovative idea and it would probably mean a pretty successful website if I went along and created it!

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